How to make it

  • Heat the stovetop to a medium temp (not too hot with olive oil)
  • Drizzle the oil on the heated pan (keep the temp at a medium)
  • Put fries into the pan, let fry for about 3 minutes
  • (Prep shroom in the meantime...try to keep the bottomside from getting wet while cleaning it off-best bet is to use a tough moist paper towel to wipe off dirt. Remove the stub completely, should pop right off.)
  • Put burger on. Takes about 3 min. each side, unless you want it darker.
  • When it's near done, add the portabella into the pan, bottom down. It should be sizzly, so add oil as needed.
  • While waiting, get the bun ready and warmed.
  • Slather on some of the tofutti cream cheese and split the capers on the top and bottom of the bun.
  • Flip the Mushroom over, and continue to cook until it's nice and juicy, turn over for one more sizzle.
  • Burger goes on the bottom
  • Put the portabella mushroom on the top so that the bottom is upside down (helps hold the capers on the bun).
  • Fries out of the pan-should be nice and browned and crunchy. If you like them less done, start the burger first ^_^.
  • Put the two sides of the burger together and enjoy the BEST ever vegan portabella burger.
  • You will wonder why you weren't vegan years ago!!

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  • summerstorms 9 years ago
    Wow. Just, wow.
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  • silver_raven_venus 10 years ago
    it was like heaven in my mouth, no kidding...heaven. I wished I hadn't run out of burgers and mushrooms, cuz I wanted another one right after...haha...definitely not what to make when on a diet. -.-
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  • jo_jo_ba 10 years ago
    That sounds freakin awesome!
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